LOW Intervention and SPACE AVAILABLE Partner for Recycled Plastic Tableware

Featuring chopping boards, coasters and specially-designed corkscrews.

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London-based online bottle shop LOW Intervention has revealed a new partnership with SPACE AVAILABLE, a design, consultation and educational platform that looks at sustainable solutions. The first collaboration from the two organizations is a new homeware collection entirely from recycled household plastic waste.

The collection comprises of four pieces including a chopping dic, chopping board, four coasters and a corkscrew as a nod to LOW Intervention’s wine trade. These items are constructed in either white, blue or blue and green designs, with different detailing representing the household plastic waste involved in creating the pieces.

Take a look at the items in the gallery above. All of the pieces are available for pre-order now from the LOW Intervention webstore ahead of their full release in December.

For more sustainable homeware news, IKEA is launching a buy-back and resell program.

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